According to the police, the Defendant ran a red light in plain view of the officer. The officer stopped him and noticed the odor of alcohol on his breath. His face was flushed, his eyes were bloodshot, and his speech appeared to be slurred. The officer asked him to exit his vehicle and to perform standard roadside exercises. The Defendant performed poorly on all 4 exercises that he was asked to perform. The officer placed him under arrest and brought him in to provide a sample of his breath. The Defendant complied, and blew a .180 and .179. The attorney for the firm prepared the case for trial. Prior to the date of trial, the State dismissed the case entirely.